He appears willing to kick nations off of the U.S. defense dole.
Even when well-meaning, Washington often has done far more harm than good.
The British people must decide whether the risk of Leviathan outweighs the benefits of centralization.
Americans who want liberty at home should be wary of expats who seek U.S. intervention abroad.
Our military aid to Seoul gives Pyongyang its only edge.
America risks conflict with China for a feeble ally.
From Russia to the Mideast to the Korean Peninsula, the ex-governor is out of touch with geostratetic reality.
Loving the Pentagon turns conservatives into big-spending liberals.
Christians as well as Muslims suffer from Palestine’s occupation.
Tempting Faith: An Inside Story of Political Seduction, David Kuo, Free Press, 283 pages
Taming nuclear North Korea requires a regional effort led by Beijing.
Pro-war evangelicals have made exiles—and martyrs—of Iraqi believers.
Impostor: How George W. Bush Bankrupted America and Betrayed the Reagan Legacy, Bruce Bartlett, Doubleday, 320 pages
Is Leviathan less injurious just because the GOP feeds him?
Rising spending and an aging population combine to create a fiscal crisis.
Hefting a big stick, using it sparingly
The Conservative Case Against George W. Bush
West Bank settlements force an existential question.
[U.S. National Defense for the Twenty-First Century: The Grand Exit Strategy, Edward A. Olsen, Frank Cass Publishers, 210 pages]
Republicans are strict constructionists only when it suits them.